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Kerry Attacks GOP over Counting Black Votes

Sen. John Kerry launches a scathing attack on Republicans, suggesting they may try to suppress black voter turnout in November. In an address to the Congressional Black Caucus, Kerry vowed to make sure every vote is counted in this year's presidential election, adding that the Republican Party would like a repeat of the voting irregularities of 2000.

Republicans angrily denied they are trying to disenfranchise anyone. NPR's Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.

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Nancy Marshall-Genzer
Nancy Marshall-Genzer is a part time newscaster, reporter, and producer for NPR. She reports on a variety of issues, including education and homeland security.